[Eeglablist] information on pop_compeeg() function

Andreas Widmann widmann at uni-leipzig.de
Sat Jul 5 03:42:06 PDT 2014


pop_compeeg requires two or more datasets in a single variable. Usually you just load datasets with the EEGLAB UI and pass them to pop_compeeg on the command line:
>> pop_compeeg(ALLEEG)
You can also select two or more loaded datasets by their index:
>> pop_compeeg(ALLEEG([2 4]))

Purpose is to compare/overlay continuous or epoched datasets (with epochs concatenated). Datasets must have same length and channels.

Hope this helps!

> Am 04.07.2014 um 12:25 schrieb "Gmail" <alberto.palumbo88 at gmail.com>:
> Hello everyone I would like to open a single window to compare the initial dataset with the final dataset using the eegplot ()
> I saw that there pop_compeeg ().
> which parameters need to be passed to this function?
> I saw help but I did not understand.
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